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Keeping it closed: Dodgers respond

Dodger rep Noel Pallais responded on a neighborhood list to complaints that no officers were assigned to "man" barricades. He says traffic personnel weren't there because they weren't supposed to be.


Dear Neighbors: Relative to your concerns about the barricades being placed without City personnel staffing them, please note that as per our agreement with the community all elements of the neighborhood protection plan are activated when the Scott Avenue Gate is utilized for outgoing traffic. As such, since that gate was not utilized this past Saturday or Sunday, neither DOT officers nor LAPD personnel were assigned. Thank you, Noel E. Pallais/ Community Affairs Manager/ Los Angeles Dodgers

Well, Chicken Corner is glad to hear the gate wasn't open for those games. Keep it closed!

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